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After Newark, Jersey City is the second-most populous city in the US state of New Jersey. It is both the county seat and the county's biggest city. According to the US Census Bureau's population estimates program, the city had a population of 262,075 in 2019, placing it as the 80th-most populated incorporated place in the US. Jersey City, a melting pot of cultures and people, was the first stop for many immigrants entering the country via Ellis Island. Today, Jersey City still reflects the tastes and influences of the city's diverse inhabitants.
The downtown region exudes urban elegance, from the waterfront icon Colgate Clock to the Powerhouse Arts District, home to some of the city's many outstanding artists. To experience just a handful of Jersey City's ethnic influences, one must begin with the wide variety of culinary choices. Bring your hunger for Korean, Indian, Filipino, and Cuban cuisine! Even though this is a metropolis, there is a shocking amount of green space here. You can take ferries to both the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, which are just 2,000 feet apart, from Liberty State Park, a 1,212-acre sanctuary amid a large urban region.